Criminal Justice

Krasner hits GOP in post-impeachment presser

Krasner and Philadelphia officials criticize the impeachment effort and called it an effort to ‘silence’ voters.

Capitol Beat

House votes to impeach Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner

State representatives voted 107-85 to adopt the articles of impeachment and send them to the Senate for trial.

Capitol Beat

House committee approves articles of impeachment against Larry Krasner

Democrats call the move a ‘weaponization’ of law for ‘partisan political purposes.’

Campaigns & Elections

Democrats claim they’ve flipped the state House blue

It would be the first time Democrats have taken control of the House in more than a decade.


Snapshots from City & State’s Philly Power 100 reception

The city’s power players came together to recognize distinguished work in government, advocacy, business and more.

From the Editor

Editor’s Note: Don’t forget the ballot initiatives next week

They’re important if you want to have a say in how city government works.


House GOP announces articles of impeachment against Larry Krasner

The move comes just two days after the committee investigating his office released a report that did not recommend impeachment.


Former Philly fiscal watchdog Rebecca Rhynhart officially launches bid for mayor

The former city controller is the first non-City Councilmember to announce their candidacy for Philadelphia’s highest office.

News & Politics

‘I feel the weightiness of the moment,’ Shapiro says, as governor race enters its final days

Dems are putting a lot on the candidate’s shoulders – but is he up to it?


Committee investigating Larry Krasner releases interim report without recommendation to impeach

The Philly DA maintains that the panel’s efforts are politically motivated.

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Some Philly Union League members oppose club honoring DeSantis with major award

Florida’s governor has come under fire for using government funds to relocate migrants from Texas to Massachusetts.

Law Enforcement

On day one of hearings to impeach Larry Krasner, mothers of homicide victims share testimony

Crime victims’ families told of grief and trauma followed by inaction and confusion due to lack of an adequate city response.


Some solutions for a better, safer Philadelphia

Philadelphia mayoral hopeful Allan Domb vows to make public safety his top priority.


Jim Kenney’s ban on guns in parks, rec centers criticized as ‘meaningless’ amid state’s firearms laws

Even those with permits to carry could be charged with trespassing – or worse – if caught with guns in city parks.


Who’s running for mayor in Philadelphia?

City & State has your running list of all those running – and some ‘maybes.’

Criminal Justice

Wolf’s Marijuana Pardon Project seeks to reduce recidivism, grant second chances

Clean Slate advocates and lawmakers are pushing for criminal justice reform, improving paths for re-entry after incarceration.

Capitol Beat

House votes to hold Krasner in contempt for subpoena refusal

The Philadelphia District Attorney’s office has declined to produce documents requested by the committee via subpoena, stating their investigation is not being done ‘in good faith.’